Saturday, 29 October 2011

Bazaar fun!


Another successful day at the Vintage Bazaar in Frome. It is an event which I very much enjoy. 
Thank you to those of you who follow my blog and came to introduce yourselves. 
It was very interesting and lovely meeting you.

I've taken a few pictures of my stall. I didn't take pictures of other stalls as my battery on the camera was about to run out...I forgot to charge it up last night! It is a pity as there were many beautiful looking stalls there.

THE STRING OF LIGHTS ON MY STALL
A number of people commented on how nice the the string of lights were. For those of you who asked about them when I was not at the stall, they are called "Maroq string lights". I bought mine online from "Party String Lights". They are also available through other well known online shops whose catalogues are often enclosed in home magazines but are around £10 more than through this company. "The Glow Company" also has them at a reasonable price. It pays to do a search on Google first.






Well, it's been an enjoyable but long day!  

I am looking forward to a relaxing evening. We might go out for a meal at our local cosy country pub - The Strode Arms in Cranmore or maybe just stay in and relax by the open fire...

Have a lovely weekend.




19 comments:

Jelly Jam said...

All looks lovely, particularly those fabric bundles!
I'd go for the pub option and have a well earned rest.
Ellie
x

Madelief said...

Your stall looks lovely Isabelle. You sell some beautiful fabric and brocante!

Happy weekend,

Madelief x

Linda McMullan said...

Isabelle, I do love your fabric bundles, and I wish I could have come to shop your stall. It looked so comfy and inviting, but you are so very far away from Atlanta, Georgia!

The pub option sounds good, too.

jill said...

Hi Isabelle,you sure do know how to make a stall look fantastic,well done.Enjoy your pub visit.Love Jill xx

Carla said...

Your stall looks lovely, I'm sorry I missed it today but I had to be somewhere else.

I almost bought a house in Cranmore a few years ago, it's lovely there.

Jenny said...

Your stall looks great, must come and check it out one of these days, Frome is not too far from us! Happy Halloween to you, Jenny x

bellaboo said...

How funny,I saw those lights in a shop yesterday,and was umming and ahing about buying them,wish I had now.Your stall looks so tempting,I wish I lived near.Enjoy the rest of the weekend. :0)

Pomona said...

What a lovely stall! I just wish that I had been there . . .

Pomona x

June said...

Oh goodness Isabelle, how I wished I would have been there to buy up all the pretty fabrics!
Your stall looked wonderful!
hugs,

Andi's English Attic said...

You have some lovely things (blue coffee pot especially caught my eye). The lights are very nice. Glad you had a good day. xx

Blondie's Journal said...

All those fabrics! I wish I could have been there. Hurray for a successful day!

XIm'Jane

sarah-jane down the lane said...

Isabelle your stall looks so lovely, love red gingham sooooo much! Glad you had a good day, hope you are feeling rested?

Sarah x

KC'sCourt! said...

Looks like you had a wonderful day
Julie xxxxx

ted and bunny said...

beautiful as always! glad you had a good day, and a deservedly relaxing evening
x

The Cookie Jar said...

Your Stall looks lovely. I love the coffee grinder. We were given one like it as a wedding present, a long time ago.

Mary - Vintage Cottage said...

Such a lovely stall Isabelle! I think you were born to do this. Just wish I lived close enough to attend - I would buy, buy, buy!
Mary xx

BusyLizzie said...

Fab photos of your beautiful stand. The ones I took are nowhere near as good as I had to resort to using my phone to take them. I do hope you had a relaxing rest of the the weekend. Lizzie x

Cape Cod Washashore said...

What a beautiful stall you have! And those lights certainly are charming. (I used to visit you as CapeCodRamblingRose... I stopped blogging for some months but decided to return). It's nice to "see" you again and see all your lovely photos! Happy Weekend -Louise

Kesenya said...

I am ever inspired by your beautiful blogging...even if the battery was about to run out for this post !! You are truely a divine source of uplifting joy !! Bless you sugar !